Attractive contemporary home, built by Paxton Homes and finished to a high standard in an edge of village location
Cowslip Cottage is located in the hamlet of Lower Tysoe, on the edge of the attractive village of Tysoe, close to the Oxfordshire / Warwickshire border. The village benefits from a post office, shop, public house, café, primary school, doctors surgery with dispensary and an 11th Century Church.
Local amenities can be found in Kineton and Shipston-on-Stour, which provides a range of facilities, including Co-ops, local delis, florists and a variety of pubs, restaurants and shops, doctors and community hospital. More extensive leisure and shopping facilities can be found at Banbury and Stratford-upon-Avon, which both have a Waitrose and M&S.
There is an extensive range of well-respected state, grammar and private schools locally, including Kineton High School, King Edward VI Grammar (Stratford) and Stratford Girls Grammar School, Warwick (Boys) and Kings High (Girls) in Warwick, Kingsley School (Leamington Spa), Rugby, Princethorpe College and Bloxham. Prep schools include The Croft Preparatory School (Stratford), St Johns Priory (Banbury), Warwick Prep and Arnold Lodge (Leamington Spa).
Access onto the national motorway system is at Junctions 11 and 12 of the M40. Good train services to London Marylebone from Banbury from 56 minutes and to Birmingham from Warwick Parkway from 20 minutes. Birmingham International Airport lies 31 miles to the north.
Sporting and leisure activities include racing at Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Cheltenham; golf courses at Stratford-upon-Avon, Brailes and Tadmarton; polo at Southam; motor racing at Silverstone; theatres at Stratford-upon-Avon, Coventry and Oxford and The British Motor Museum at Gaydon. There are extensive local countryside walks in the area, including along the historic Edgehill.
Cowslip Cottage is a newly constructed home on an exclusive development of just three houses in a sought after semi-rural location.
Paxton Homes are a local specialised building company, using skilled tradesmen with a keen eye for detail. They are built with pride and satisfaction and are never rushed to finish. The quality they provide is second to none and this has proven true with many individual and bespoke developments created over the years from beautiful barn conversions winning the Daily Mail Best National Redevelopment' to modern contemporary living on the coast in Salcombe, Devon.
The attractive detached family home is of local ironstone construction under a pitched slate roof, with a timber oak frame porch. It has been built to a high specification and provides well proportioned,
A light hallway leads to the generous, dual aspect sitting room with wood burning stove. The wonderfully light and spacious kitchen / dining room provides a flexible family space ideal for modern living. The kitchen benefits from stylish Neptune base and wall units, Caesarstone worktops, a double ceramic sink, island unit, Belling range cooker and Italian porcelain floor tiles. This adjoins an open plan living pace with room for dining table and casual seating. There are double doors leading onto the terrace.
There is also a WC and a useful utility room with fitted base and wall units, a stainless steel sink and a door into the garage. On the first floor there is a spacious master bedroom, with enviable views towards Edge Hill and an en suite shower room with Duravit fittings and Hansgrohe taps. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with Duravit fittings and Hansgrohe taps.
The property benefits from under floor heating on the ground floor and in the bathroom and shower room. The windows are high quality, double glazed Rationel units. Outside the house enjoys a sizeable lawn garden to the front and a paved path leads around the house to the rear garden, which is also laid to lawn. There is also a terrace leading directly off the kitchen / dining room
A footpath runs through part of the site.
SERVICES: Mains electricity, water and drainage and an air source heat pump.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Stratford-upon-Avon District Council 01789 267575
COUNCIL TAX: To be rated
EPC RATING: Predicted rating C
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FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Items mentioned in these sale particulars are included in the freehold sale. All other fixtures, fittings and furnishings are expressly excluded. Certain such items may be available by separate negotiation.
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To me Cowslip Cottage offers the perfect balance of well proportioned, contemporary living with a semi rural location in a popular part of Warwickshire.Catherine Scandrett